David McMillan continues the introductory sermons in the series on being human - part 3. Being human, physical, is part of God's Purpose. Being made for relationship, and glory. We have made a mess. But we are being made new. Topics: sermon, windsor baptist, being human, human, made new, new, reconciliation
A New Year's sermon on newness/regeneration by Christian Cronin delivered on 1/3/16 at Faith Community Church, Hampton, NH. The sermon gives attention to texts such as John 3 and 1 John 1. Christian was a pastoral intern at FCC this past Summer (2015), and gave this, his third sermon at FCC, while home from college on Winter Break. Topics: Newness, regeneration, sinfulness, perfectionism, false teaching, old life, new life
Jesus is God! A discussion on how the Jehovahs Witnesses believe in a different Jesus than the one that Christians have known and taught about for the last 2000 years. And, how the Jehovahs Witnesses New World Translation contradicts the Jehovahs Witnesses teachings on who Jesus is and what Jesus is. Contemporary Christian music by Joshua Bruke Holy, Holy, Holy, Steven Stewart "The True Messiah and by Jeremy Gimbel "Kol Yisrael". favorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Trinity, Jesus, Catholic, Jehovah's Witnesses, New World Translation, Watchtower
While the Buddha expressed the view that all beings deserve compassion, there continues to be confusion as to whether or not a practicing Buddhist should eat meat. In this special session, Don Handrick will lead a discussion on this topic, exploring the various approaches to this subject and examining how we might deal with this issue more skillfully in the light of Buddhist principles and beliefs. Topics: Thubten Norbu Ling, Gelugpa, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Buddhism, Vegetarianism
How do we develop a healthy, balanced attitude towards our emotions? Normally we either suppress what we feel or we explode it out onto other people. The Buddhist approach is a practical one and involves recognizing we have them and then working on them. Sometimes our mind is like a thick jungle of disturbing thoughts and emotions; it’s hard to really see what’s going on. With mindfulness, honesty, and discriminating intelligence we can start to identify what’s going on and slowly... Topics: Buddhism, Thubten Norbu Ling, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Mahayana, FPMT
Preparing ourselves for the birth of the awareness of the Presence of The Divine within us. Second in a series on Spiritual Rebirth. Topics: Religious Science, Science of Mind, New Thought, Metaphysics, Ernest Holmes, Spirituality
From the Universal to the Individual. Some ideas from Chapter 1 of Ernest Holmes How to Use The Science of Mind. Topics: Science of Mind, Religious Science, Centers for Spiritual Living, New Thought, Ernest Holmes
Talk given on Christmas day at RSCT Durham when we were meeting in the Carolina Theater. Sometime in the late 90s. Topics: Religious Science, Science of Mind, New Thought, Metaphysics, Ernest Holmes, Spirituality
Fourth in a series on science and religion. 3/28/2010. Some ideas from Ruppert Sheldrake's 7 Experiments that Could Change The World. Topics: Science of Mind, Religious Science, Centers for Spiritual Living, New Thought, Metaphysics
Whatever community we are involved in â the workplace, our families, a Dharma center, or any other form of organization â there is undeniable benefit in establishing harmony and accord among the community members. In this teaching, Don Handrick will explore some ideas and practical suggestions on how to interact and live happily with other people, especially discussing how to address and resolve conflict to nurture forgiveness and reconciliation in community. Topics: Thubten Norbu Ling, Santa Fe, Gelugpa, New Mexico, Fostering Harmony in Community, Community, Heart...
Our relationships are a perfect indication of where we are on our Spiritual Path, and a perfect practice for the growth of our soul. 2/15/2009 Topics: Love, Science of Mind, Religious Science, Centers for Spiritual Living, Ernest Holmes, New Thought,...
First talk of Back to the Basics series for 2012. Free your mind of your old concepts of God. 1/1/2012. Topics: Religious Science, Science of Mind, Centers for Spiritual Living, New Thought, Metaphysics
In Tibetan monastic universities, a sophisticated and very dynamic method of philosophical debate is used by the monks and nuns to penetrate the meaning of Buddhaâs teachings about the nature of reality. In this course, we learn about and practice these same methods of debate by utilizing âCollected Topics,â an introductory text that is used in this Tibetan system of training in reasoning. Topics: Santa Fe, New Mexico, Buddhism, Thubten Norbu Ling, Mahayana, Debate, Dialectics